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bellbottom
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Living without money.  Reply with quote  

I think that the countries of south america citizens never carry money/cash or any other of its forms. The money is generally used by industrialists and economy sector. While the residents remain cashless and the amenities are all provided to them. This makes me to think about the foreign tourists who visit india. Do they even pay for lodging!
Post Tue Oct 13, 2009 1:48 pm
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I can't imagine what it would be like not to have a hundred or two in my pocket just for impulses.

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Post Wed Oct 14, 2009 6:59 pm
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In your movies like 'dumb & the dumber' and pierce brosnan in james bond...never carried even 10cents!
Post Thu Oct 15, 2009 7:11 pm
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I agree with No-Brainer. Without a little cash it's meaningless to have money. Using cards not a good idea and sure you can't.
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I agree with No-Brainer. Without a little cash it's meaningless to have money. Using cards not a good idea and sure you can't.

Zig Ziglar said it best, "Money is not everything in life, but it ranks right up there with oxygen".

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Warren, I think you'd better put that in your sig. Laughing

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In today, no money no talk. No good life, no good treat...
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If people said they can't live without money, it is wrong i can start without money. money is not important factor but main factor is our mind. It will do anything. so if you have no money , then use your mind and make money.

Good luck with that my friend, I'll take the money.

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I talked to a person in a waiting room not long ago while waiting for the auto dealer to fix my car. He is a treasure hunter. He walks around with a metal detector at the beaches in florida and finds gold and jewelry. He told me that he has been doing it for 20 yrs and make a full time pay on it.
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I talked to a person in a waiting room not long ago while waiting for the auto dealer to fix my car. He is a treasure hunter. He walks around with a metal detector at the beaches in florida and finds gold and jewelry. He told me that he has been doing it for 20 yrs and make a full time pay on it.

I worked for White's Electronics and Compass Electronics (a spinoff from White's) making metal detectors for many years and there were plenty of stories like this. My favorite was a guy in Salem Oregon who found a pipe with both ends capped and rusted solid, but when he got it open it was stacked inside with $50 Gold Pieces worth over a million dollars.

To be honest, I think a lot of these stories were to sell more metal detectors, but most of them that were bought ended up in the closet with dead batteries after a while.

Today's treasure hunters are on the Internet.

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What? Millions of dollars? Thats insane!
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What? Millions of dollars? Thats insane!

Exactly the same strategy used by most people trying to convince you to hunt for treasure on the Internet.

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I just bought a house with a wooded lot and I am starting an family and it is my goal to be as self sufficient as I can withing the next 5 years. Obviously I am still going to need money but I would really like to be growing most of my own food as well as producing most of my own energy by this time. I do have a space confinement but my dad's 240 acre farm is almost adjacent to my property and if I have my way a little 50 yard wide strip of land that separates us will be mine in the next couple years anyway. It depends how much of a price the owner is willing to take for his property.

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